Tim Rushlow Presents “Rushlow in the Round” at Hard Rock Cafe on February 26th With Special Guests Leslie Satcher, Allen Shamblin and Larry Stewart.


Multi-platinum recording artist Tim Rushlow is certainly no stranger to the stage. Having fronted the country supergroup Little Texas through the 90’s
before moving on to a few solo hits and record deals since then, he has finally hit his stride.

On Tuesday, February 26th, Tim Rushlow will host a new kind of songwriters’ night for fans to get a much deeper look at those who pen the songs. The first installment of “Rushlow in the Round” will feature fellow songwriters Leslie Satcher, Allen Shamblin and Larry Stewart (Restless Heart).

Having spent the last year touring with his unplugged show event “Tim Rushlow, One Man, One Guitar, One Night,” Rushlow decided to develop a new kind of songwriters’ night.

“I started to realize that there is great value in sharing your songs, your heart, and the stories behind them.” “I love to play hit songs from my career as well as songs that influenced me growing up, you know, the ones that made me want to be a singer songwriter in the first place. It is really the soundtrack of my life.”

“Rushlow in the Round” is an interactive show where the stories, questions from fans and songs go to a deeper level than your typical writers’ night.

“I have always thought that a crowd deserved more than just the traditional set up quote ‘Here’s another song and it goes like this.'”

“Rushlow in the Round” will take place on the last Tuesday of every month in the Reverb Room inside the Hard Rock Cafe in downtown Nashville at 7:00 p.m.. Tickets are $10 for the general public, $5 with active military ID or FREE with a Country Radio Seminar 2013 badge.

In addition to big plans for “Rushlow in The Round”, there are even bigger things for Tim Rushlow on the horizon, including talks about television, radio and more!

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